21 December 2012

Angola: Interior Minister Meets With Missing People's Relatives

Luanda — The Angolan minister of Home Affairs, Angelo de Barros Veiga Tavares, Thursday in Luanda met with a group of people accompanied by the relatives of the two people reported missing, namely António Alves Camulingui and Isaias Sebastiao Cassule.

A source from Interior Ministry told Angop that the audience addressed the issue related to Alves Camulingui and Isaias Cassule who are reported missing.

Apart from the youngsters, the meeting was also attended by the secretary of State for Youth Nhanga Calunga de Assunçao, the general commander of the National Police, Ambrósio de Lemos, the deputy Attorney general, Arcanjo Custodio.

The director of the National Criminal Investigation Department (DNIC) chief commissioner Eugénio Pedro Alexandre also witnessed the audience.

The source also stressed that the meeting that went smoothly allowed an exchange of views on the subject. According to the source, the meeting allowed to assess the current state of the investigative process underway in the Crimes Department against property in the National Criminal Investigation Department (DNIC ).

Alves Kalulingue and Isaías Kassule are reported to have gone missing during a public demonstration in May this year.

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